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Even though Al-Qamar is known specially for its halal pizza, the menu isn’t limited to that alone. A huge variety of subs, shawarmas and gyros are also a popular hit among the customers. Keeping up with the authenticity, Al-Qamar even has great Mediterranean dishes. The best part is you won’t have to spend much on a delicious meal, because the prices are very affordable. Falafel sandwiches are only $2. Set up as more of a fast-food restaurant, your orders are cooked quickly, so you won’t have to wait long to eat. If you don’t feel like leaving where you are, Al-Qamar also provides a delivery service.
Al-Saha Cafe and Hookah bar serves a various assortment of toasted subs and Mediterranean cusine. We also serve a large variety of hookah tobacco flavors. Please note: you must be 18 or older to consume tobacco products - WE ID!
Known for its attractive atmosphere and creative menu, Assaggi's menu skips along the northern coast of the Mediterranean from Spain to Lebanon. There's seating for 80 in the al fresco patio, where a garden of tomatoes, peppers, basil, flowers and other herbs — and statuary including reproductions of the "Venus de Milo" and Michelangelo's "David" — conjure the atmosphere of Tuscany. And, happily, the sound of the fountain drowns out the traffic on Nine Mile Road.
Highlighting Turkish fare, diners should find plenty of new choices in this underrepresented cuisine. Try the “mixed Turkish plate,” which includes kadinbudu köfte, hunkar begendi, eggplant kebab and chicken shish. Hunkar begendi is described as “veal stew on a bed of mashed grilled eggplant with béchamel sauce and mozzarella” is smoky and creamy. Kadinbudu köfte, a beef and rice meatball in a soft shell of beaten eggs, is drier by comparison, but the eggplant kebab, which is ground beef wrapped in eggplant, and chicken shish are both appropriately succulent. Even the sole kebabs burst with their flavor.
Fresh raw juices, daily vegetarian soups and specials, and fresh, warm bread.
Falafel-heads come year-round for Beirut Palace's fresh raw juices, daily vegetarian soups and specials, and fresh bread, but the palace packs them in during the warm months with their commodious outdoor seating area for 80, where you can have your gherkins and gawking together while smoking flavored tobacco out of a nargileh.
Mediterranean-inspired menu including: main course salads, gourmet pizzas, pastas, gourmet signature sandwiches and Bistro Favorites.
Walk into what appears to be a handsome long ballroom in an Italian villa, seating two hundred, and eat traditional classics, beginning with generously proportioned appetizers, and moving on to Milanese veal, gorgonzola lamb chops, lasagna Bolognese, five different cuts of beef or 10 imaginatively constructed pasta dishes.
Neighborhood Italian joint with eclectic and "from scratch" fare. A fresh Caesar or Caprese salad will run you $6, and a pizza with feta, grape tomatoes, roasted banana peppers, kalamata olives and more is $8. Tender, fluffy gnocchi of ricotta and spinach come surrounded with a rich sauce, and veal saltimbocca arrives on soft layers of rapini and gnocchi, resting in a silky Marsala sauce. There are many more beef, chicken and seafood entrées, and 30 glasses and 60 bottles of wine to wash them down with. What's more, there's often live music (call for schedule) and legendary Royal Oak martini bar Goodnight Gracie is connected to the restaurant.
Deliziosa features traditional Italian cuisine with a few unconventional twists. Considering the gargantuan portions, and that mains come with soup or salad, you might pass on the appetizers. The entrées include fillet portabella, salmon with lemon sauce, eggplant Parmesan, and chicken Marengo, Marsala, and piccata. There are no wildcards among the 13 diverse pasta dishes, unless you think risotto belongs in a category of its own.
Let Enzo's Catering custom tailor the perfect menu to suit your needs. Enzo's Catering will dazzle your VIP guests with an elegance and professionalism that will leave a lasting impression for years to come.
Ernie's is the metro area's premier restaurant and bar, featuring an authentic Mediterranean experience. Visit the Mediterranean Room for dinner and enjoy an elegant atmosphere and delectable cuisine artfully presented by the extraordinary staff. You are welcomed by the colorful Taverna Table, warmly displaying the day’s fresh offerings. It’s a one of a kind experience that is so impressive, you’ll be planning your next visit before finishing dessert! Ernie’s also features outdoor patio dining, a lively bar and banquet facilities. For returning guests, they've created Club Med - a dinner club with VIP benefits. Register today at: www.erniesmi.com.
The Kabob Inn is tucked away in the corner of the Redford Plaza. This quaint, comfy spot has amazing Arabic food that is a must if you love healthy, scrumptious Mediterranean fare. Owner Essa Badereldean came to the U.S. from Lebanon intent on starting his own restaurant. He was armed with old family recipes and his extensive restaurant experience. From a young age he worked at numerous restaurants, and learned what worked best. His Chicken Ghallaba is extraordinary - the chicken is sautéed in an exciting medley of spices with tomatoes, green peppers, garlic and onions. The meat is tender and the vegetables are cooked to perfection. The Shrimp Ghallia is another Lebanese specialty and Badereldean’s take is fantastic. Another triumph is the savory silky hummus that he has perfected. Essa says that the locals claim he has the best hummus in the area and they love his specialties. If you want authentic Arabic food at its best, come to the Kabob Inn.
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